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Old 09-16-02, 04:41 AM   #26
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Originally posted by mike
Salt melts ice on the streets until about 15 degrees F which is -9.4 C. When it is colder than that, the salt can't get into the molecular structure of the ice to melt the ice.
I guess I could try and argue that -9.4C is considered to be "around 0C" where I live, but I probably wouldn't even be fooling myself .

Thanks for the clarification, Mike.

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